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Dermatologic Surgery

The Cutaneous Surgery and Oncology unit provides surgical treatment and care for patients diagnosed with skin cancer including Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC), Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC), melanoma and rare cancers. Treatments offered include Mohs Surgery and other options depending on the needs of the patient.

To learn more about Mohs Surgery, please visit

Dr. Timothy Wang
Dr. Timothy Wang collaborates with
specialists in other disciplines to
ensure comprehensive care for each

Timothy Wang, MD is the Medical Director for Dermatologic Surgery.

Instructions for applying to our Procedural Dermatology fellowship are available online.  Please submit your application through SFMatch Program starting June 2, 2014.   The application deadline is September 1, 2014. Interviews will be conducted in October and November 2014.

Pre-surgery instructions can be found here


Consultations are available at both the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center and the Green Spring Station Cosmetic Clinic (directions to our clinic locations).  To schedule a consultation please call our Dermatologic Surgery scheduling number:  410-955-1588.  

Contact Us

Phone: 410-955-1588
Fax: 410-955-1589
Email: (general questions only; please call the number above to schedule)

** Please note that only patients diagnosed with a skin cancer should schedule for Surgical Dermatology. If you have a skin lesion that is concerning that has not been diagnosed as a skin cancer, please call 410 955 5933 to schedule an appointment in one of our General Dermatology Clinics and choose the location you would like to be seen at.

Referring Physicians

To refer a patient, please fax your patient's pathology reports, contact information and a brief note to 410-955-1589.  If you require quicker service or would like to speak with directly with a physician, please call (410) 955-1588.

We will triage the case and contact the patient directly.  Following the procedure, we will fax a report of the case to the referring physician. 


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